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«May 2018»

Addressing Inequalities, Mobility & Dislocation Conference

Insights from international and domestic research and practice

Monday, June 12, 2017 (all day)

  • Location:

    Michigan State University

  • Contact:

    Christine Caster,

  • Categories:
    • Research
    • Academics
    • Outreach
    • Resources
    • Education Policy Center
    • Educational Administration
    • CEPSE
    • Office of K-12 Outreach
    • Alumni
    • Global
    • IRTL
    • HALE Center
    • Global Educators Cohort Program
    • Master of Arts in Education
    • Office of International Studies in Education
    • Center for the Study of Curriculum
    • Economics of Education
    • Confucius Institute
  • Audiences:
    • General Public
    • College of Education Faculty, Staff, and Students
  • Description:

    Today, societies around the world are experiencing multiple social, economic, and cultural changes and growing inequalities. How does the increasing movement of people—whether internationally as immigrants and refugees, or domestically as economic and social factors produce relocation, dislocation or separation of families—affect education and intersect with and influence inequality? This conference interrogates what it means to prepare students in and for a world of greater mobility. Inviting scholars and practitioners working on addressing inequalities in different contexts, we consider how education can support young people’s ability to build a life for themselves in a time of great economic fluidity and, for many, vulnerability and dislocation

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